Game Designer - Focus in Music/Sound

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April 22, 2021
Full Time

Signal Space is currently looking for an intermediate to senior Game Designer with proven Music/Sound production experience to join our current team developing an awesome Music Based Adventure Puzzle Game. Our ideal candidate should have a similar level of experience in both Game Design and Music/Sound production.

This is a very specific position so only candidates with proven experience in both fields will be considered. We encourage candidates from outside Montreal/Canada to apply.


  • Ability to develop design documents and overviews for elements such as  game features, functionality, economy, analytics
  • Support our current design team by bringing your Musical knowledge in the context of Game Design.
  • Bridging the gap between Design - Programming and Creative Direction by unifying the teams communication language around music.
  • Work in a “rapid-prototype” approach and direct a team in development/iteration of features and functionality
  • Work in the engine tweaking, tuning, and scripting with your features and requesting tools to assist in the development
  • Develop, maintain, and iterate the overall gameplay vision together with the development team
  • Work with the project managers to assess the workload vs production capacity, plan the development and assist in setting priorities


  • Knowledge of Unity
  • Knowledge of audio middleware software (Wwise)
  • Proven Experience working with Midi, sampling and sequencers. Proven Knowledge of current DAW’s (Pro Tools, Logic, Reaper, Cubase). A test might be requested.
  • Understand consumer needs and ensure that the elements developed by the team will contribute to player satisfaction and enjoyment.
  • Ability to work autonomously, prioritize, and organize work to meet objectives.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to analyze situations and adapt design, approach and direction appropriately


  • Post-secondary degree in area related to Music Theory and/or Music Technology.
  • A college diploma in Game Design or equivalent (undergraduate degree an asset)
  • 3+ years of game/audio design experience plus a track record as a game designer for successful, published video games.


  • Work-life balance! Normal hours: 9:00am—5:00pm, with some flexibility
  • Remote and onsite work accommodations
  • No crunch time
  • 3 weeks paid vacation (1 week around the Winter Holidays)
  • Personal days as needed by the team members.
  • Group insurance plan (Life, Dental, Vision).
  • Being part of a multicultural team from 3 time zones (and counting).
  • Our team is proud to accommodate creative decisions from each and every team member, you will have influence on how the game you work on looks like.

About Our Games

After the tragic death of their 5-year-old son, a family struggles with his loss and attempts to mend their frayed bonds. Experience the struggle through the child’s ghostly eyes and explore Afterlife’s multiverse of different realities as the family acknowledges his absence, or presence, in their own lives. Using a cutting-edge VR filming technique, Afterlife takes the audience through branching narratives that seamlessly reveals a story that shifts based on the characters that the player chooses to follow and the objects activated within the environment.

We Happy Few: Uncle Jack Live VR is an interactive extension from the video game We Happy Few, developed by Compulsion Games. We combined cinematic and CGI styles to bring a dynamic piece where players will have access to the game’s archives and the chance to build a full news broadcast with Uncle Jack, the main antagonist and celebrity figure of the town Wellington Wells.

In-studio, users will decide what type of articles go live, each article effecting Uncle Jack’s reaction. Good or bad he will try to maintain the town under a controlled state of mind called ‘joy’.

Unfold your child's imagination through origami and augmented reality. With My Paper World, kids will explore a world in trouble, full of pollution that needs to be removed using their creations such as trees, animals and more!

You can view our entire portfolio on our website.

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